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Iowa Online AP Academy: Resources and References

Welcome to the Iowa Online AP Academy for 2014-2015! This summer, we covered how to prepare for upcoming AP classes. As students gear up for another great year of AP, some of the follow resources might be helpful for course planning and studying: 68 more words

Advanced Placement

Alabama State School Board Member: 'Don’t Allow the College Board to Rewrite United States History'

From DothanEagle.com, written by Alabama State School Board member, Betty Peters:

“Let me ask you a history question. I promise it is important and that you won’t get a grade. 545 more words


Students need more than just more courses

Type the words “STEM crisis” into Google, and it spits back nearly 30,000 results for articles chronicling the current state of science and mathematics preparation among American students and workers. 491 more words

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Serving Rural Students through Online AP Classes

Nationally, there tends to be a disparity between the money allocated to gifted programming in urban and rural communities, with urban and suburban communities providing more funds for this type of program. 418 more words

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First Impressions: AP Biology

How did I get into AP Biology?

Before I tell you my first thoughts and impressions on the course, I want to give you my story on how I came to the idea of challenging myself to take this course. 1,059 more words

A Formal Introduction to Advanced Placement

What is AP?

AP stands for ‘Advanced Placement’ and it’s a program that was developed by the College Board to offer college-level courses to high school students who want to specialize in a given field of study such as English, biology, chemistry, economics, etc. 600 more words

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